These printable 3D photographs let the blind see their memories again

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By Kenny Ong in Tech on Monday 3 November 2014

Touchable Memories is a meaningful social experiment conducted by Pirate3D which converts photographs into 3D replicates with the use of a home printer called Buccaneer. In this way, the blind are able to recall via touch their old memories from photographs taken when they could still see. Even if they have lost their sight since […]

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Street art with a decaying twist: photos by Charlene Weisler

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By Lost At E Minor in New Art on Tuesday 29 October 2013

Charlene Weisler’s urban photography is inspired by the transience and impermanence of street art. Concentrating on the evolving nature of layered, decaying graffiti, Weisler’s art captures a timeline of competing efforts and messages eroded by weather and time. Notably, the photographs are “as-is” – as she finds them on the streets – and are not […]

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High res colour photographs of 1949 London

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By Cormack O'Connor in Cool Websites on Tuesday 30 October 2012

Some pretty cool high res photographs of 1949 London have appeared over on Retronaut. The series is mostly photos of one street, which shows everything from fashion to architecture. Most interesting to me is the lit up advertisements on the sides of the buildings. What a great way to take a look at the past.

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Evocative colour photos taken between 1914-1918

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Photography on Tuesday 30 October 2012

A great series of color photographs taken between 1914 and 1918 have sprung up on one of our perennial favourite websites, Retronaut. The series offers a unique and interesting look at parts of France during the period of war: posed group shots, special candid shots and landscape and building photographs all make it into the series. Check out some of our favorites below.

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The National Library of Ireland photos are now online

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By Philip Dunne in Cool Websites on Saturday 5 May 2012

I’m obsessed with looking through old photographs. I wonder about the stories behind them, the people in them, the social situations, and the differences compared to now. The National Library of Ireland has incredible pictures of Ireland over the last thousand years. They are just fun, romantic and beautiful to look at.

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Photos turned into paintings by Maria Teicher

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By Jacob Klensin in New Art on Wednesday 25 April 2012

Maria Teicher is a painter and photographer, but you’ll rarely know which one of the two your looking at. Her beautiful photos are turned into beautiful paintings through painstaking attention to detail and ability to capture the image and the reality behind it. She manages to bring to life to details that are almost lost in the photos themselves, but does so while maintaining the photographic qualities and realism contained in the original image. I dont know how else to say it: she’s amazing and her work is breathtaking.

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Bird and flower art made from tiny, naked people

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By Samantha Dalrymple in New Photography on Friday 20 April 2012

New Hampshire artist, Cecilia Webber, has created a unique series of photographs of birds, flowers and butterflies that largely consist of, wait for it, naked people. A lot of planning and intensive digital manipulation went into producing such stunning pieces of art. Webber sees art as a means of heightening emotional experience through manipulation of imagery and form.

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Biographical DNA art by Michael Mapes

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By Denimu in New Art on Thursday 19 April 2012

I showed with Michael Mapes last year. His boxes house thousands of individual specimens consisting of dissected photographs and biographical DNA in the form of such things as hair, finger nails, scent, eye-lashes, fingerprints, food, botanical elements, fabric swatches, makeup, dirt, handwriting samples and breath. The works are absorbing and the material list just as charming.

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Portrait photos by The IMPS of Marge and Fletch

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By Samantha Dalrymple in New Photography on Wednesday 18 April 2012

The IMPS of Marge and Fletch are a talented Los Angeles-based creative group that specialize in photography. With a great sense of humor! Some of their photos come out as weird, funny and fascinating.

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Fragments: a body of work by Sophia Ainslie

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By Diana Zlatanovski in New Art on Tuesday 3 April 2012

Sophia Ainslie’s body of work, Fragments, speaks to the human body becoming frag­mented as well as the land­scape we live in. Using imagery collected from an X-ray, residential Google Earth maps, and tiny areas of photographs and sketches made while walking in the New England landscape, the works are very specific to place, both exterior and interior, as well as the space in between.

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Incredible photo constructs by Scott Hazard

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Saturday 31 March 2012

North Carolina artist Scott Hazard tears openings into identical photographs, then stacks them on top of each other to create what looks like warps to unknown universes. No mention is made of teleporting, but we imagine it’s an open invitation to do just that.

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Abstract paintings by Maurizio Bongiovanni

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By Taylor Gonzales in New Art on Saturday 10 March 2012

Maurizio Bongiovanni’s work totally draws the viewer in. He creates it from potographs abstracted through photoshop which are then painted on a large scale. His work walks the fine line of figuration and consideration. No wonder I dig it.

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Edward Burtynsky: Photographer of the Industrial

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By Julius in New Photography on Tuesday 24 May 2011

Edward Burtynsky is a Canadian-photographer who tries to ‘capture the dilemma of modern existence’. These are from a series called Tailings, which is a canal carrying away the residue that’s left after the refinery of some material.

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